Freedom Elementary is looking for a few good people who are interested in a great job opportunity. If you love working with children and want to work in a caring, fun environment, we need PARAPROFESSIONALS and BEHAVIOR TECHNICIANS. Work the same hours as your children are in school, with good pay and fabulous benefits!
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Boundary Changes for 2021-22 School Year
On May 28, West Fargo Public Schools distributed the initial notification regarding an adjustment to our elementary school attendance zones that will impact your family. This temporary adjustment was approved by the School Board at their meeting on June 14, 2021, and will take effect this fall.
A map depicting the section of the former Freedom attendance zone that is now Deer Creek is attached. It is bounded on the north by I-94 and on the south by 32nd Avenue South; on the west by 45th Street South and on the east by I-29. There are approximately 80 students in Grades K-5 that are impacted by this adjustment.
We are working on a plan to provide consistency for families that utilize childcare and/or participate in after-school activities at Freedom. Once we have all the details finalized, we will communicate again so you are aware of your options. A Frequently Asked Questions document is also attached for your reference.
Best wishes for an enjoyable summer!
Dr. Rachael Agre, Elementary Assistant Superintendent
Dr. Chad Clark, Deer Creek Elementary Principal
Dr. Jeff Johnson, Freedom Elementary Principal
Freedom Elementary Title 1 School News
Freedom Elementary is a schoolwide Title I school. Each year, the administration and staff meet to review the school’s data to determine a focus for goals and activities for the upcoming school year. Information is collected from various sources including, but not limited to, parent, staff and student surveys, demographic data, achievement data, program data and perception data. This is all compiled to review and make decisions. These plans are laid out in continuous improvement goals that Freedom Elementary staff will work on throughout the upcoming school year. The following goals are our focus for the 2020-2021 school year.
- Empower students to continuously improve and connect 21st Century skills and academic proficiency.
- Graduate lifelong learners who have found their passions and are ready to contribute to society.
- Provide nurturing and safe learning environments to develop student social, emotional and physical well-being.